With the Apple event just a day away, prominent tipster and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says he expects the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max to each have a 1TB storage configuration.
Apple’s California Streaming event is set to take place tomorrow, that is, on September 14th, and the world is waiting for the possibility of new iPhones. Amidst all the buzz, a new investor report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo goes on to show that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max may each have a 1TB storage configuration, while the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini will have storage configurations of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB, but no 64GB option.
Kuo also suggests that the Tuesday event might feature new AirPods as well. He also added that the chip shortage and production problems might lead to a few stumbles, but there will be limited impact on iPhone 13 shipments.
Other rumors surrounding the new range of iPhones include improved cameras that include video portrait mode and an astrophotography mode, an improved ultrawide lens, and a better optical zoom for video recording. There is also a possibility that the new phones will have a faster processor and larger screens.
The virtual event will take place at 1 PM ET on September 14th, from Apple Park.